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  • Chakey Momma

    history globe. Making history fun for kids

  • Geneva Goodney

    Jamestown online adventure game ~ The year is 1607. you are the captain of the Jamestown Colony in Virginia in this flash-based historical simulation. Will your colony survive and prosper or will it become another "lost colony"? My students LOVE it!

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as the Virginia Colony, the Province of Virginia, and occasionally as the Dominion and Colony of Virginia) was the English colony in North America that existed briefly during the 16th century, and then continuously from 1607 until the American Revolution (as a British colony after 1707). #Glogster #ColonyOfVirginia

The Lost Colony Student Investigation - Can you gather the evidence? **Great end of year activity!**

Great source of primary source images! Colonial National Historical Park: A Study of Virginia Indians and Jamestown-The First Century (Appendix A)

The Lost Colony of Roanoke was the first attempt at a permanent American Colony. It remains a mystery as to what happened to the colony, as it seemed to just disappear completely. There are several theories but nothing concrete. Use this history mystery to engage students and allow them to develop their own theories. Turn social studies into a fun and entertaining time of the day for students with this download. Students use what they learned to write a story that explains what happened.

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The Lost Colony Student Investigation! Have your students explore the clues and the facts to figure out what happened!

This is a visually-stunning, highly-engaging PowerPoint on Jamestown colony. Over 25 slides, it presents the background on the Virginia Company and its founding through the House of Burgesses and the growth of Jamestown.

Colonial Life Quiz Game for Virginia Studies SOLs 4a-e: Online Jeopardy Style Game helps students review colonial life in Virginia. Includes cultural landscapes, agriculture and slavery, capital relocation, economics and colonial times. Can be played with teams or as a whole class. Requires the Internet to play.

History/government/geography online games.

Pictures to color match the many available party themes: Powhatan Indian World, Life at Jamestown, Voyage to Virginia, Cultures at Jamestown, Colonial Life, Life of a Private, and Colonial Medicine.

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